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Edgar Dale Herring
Nov 30, 2022   09:47 PM

Edgar Dale Herring (November 20, 1931 – November 20, 2022)

Edgar Dale Herring of Talpa, Texas was born November 20, 1931 in the Santa Anna hospital as the only child of Edgar Otto Herring and Cora Belle Dancer Herring.

He graduated from Talpa High School in 1949 and served in the United States Air Force 1951-1955. He attended Tech Technological College 1955-1959 and obtained a BS degree in Animal Husbandry. Dale was a fourth-generation cattle and sheep rancher at Talpa.

Dale married Arletta Jane Sides of DeLeon, Texas on June 13, 1964. Dale and Arletta were active members of the First Methodist Church in Ballinger. Dale supported and participated in many Christian missions and community service activities as Texas Farm Bureau and Coleman County Water Supply Corporation.

He was a life-long practitioner of environmental stewardship in ranching, being awarded multiple Texas state-level conservation awards. He was a member of the Southwestern Cattle Raisers Association and an honorary director for life, in the Texas Sheep and Goat Raisers Association.

Dale was preceded in death by his parents and his wife Arletta.

He is survived by son Andy Dale Herring and wife Kimberly Lynn Bartsch Herring of Franklin, Texas and daughter Angelita DeAnn Herring Stephenson and her husband Jerry Don Stephenson of Talpa. He is also survived by his grandchildren James Herring Stephenson of Stephenville, Sydney Renee Herring of Houston, Shelbi Paige Stephenson of Talpa, Cole Edward Herring of Fort Stockton, and Allie Dale Herring of Lubbock; brother-in-law and sister-in-law Sherman and Joyce Sides of DeLeon, and nephews Bradley Sides and Brandon Sides.

In lieu of flowers, donations to the West Texas Boys Ranch are requested.

Elon Joe Allcorn
Nov 26, 2022   09:46 PM

Friday, November 18, 2022, with his wife of 66 years by his side, holding his hand, Joe Allcorn left his earthly body to be reunited with his heavenly loved ones who have been missed for years.

Elon Joe Allcorn was born on February 28, 1935, on a farm near Crews Texas, the eldest son of William Lonnie Allcorn and Anna Willeen (Day) Allcorn, of Talpa Texas.

He graduated from Talpa High School in May 1953, Howard Payne College in August 1956, Gupton Jones College of Mortuary Science in 1957, and Southwestern Graduate School of Banking at SMU Dallas in 1986.

Joe married Shirley Ann Rowe, of Talpa Texas on August 28, 1956. Their family grew to include four sons – Richard, Michael, Stephen and Jeffrey. Joe’s family always came first to him and he unapologetically loved them all beyond measure.

Joe worked in the funeral home business for many years before moving to the banking industry. He & his wife Shirley decided to settle in Round Rock where he was the VP for First State Bank. Joe already had his real estate broker's license and used it in his banking operations. It was no surprise when he and Shirley purchased a RE/MAX franchise and opened the 1st RE/MAX office in Round Rock. They continued until retirement in 2010 and moved to San Angelo to be near family and friends in retirement. Joe was a devout Christian, a deacon of the church, a Sunday school teacher, and so much more. He has influenced so many during his years.

Elon Joe Allcorn is preceded in death by both his parents, Lonnie and Willeen Allcorn, his brothers Foy Allcorn and Leon Allcorn, and his youngest son Jeffrey Allcorn.

He is survived by his wife Shirley Ann (Rowe) Allcorn (San Angelo, Texas); his remaining 3 sons Rich [Jane] Allcorn (Austin, TX), Mike [Leslie] Allcorn (McKinney, TX), and Steve [Caroline] Allcorn (Argyle, TX); grandchildren – Joshua Allcorn, John Allcorn, Joseph [Emily] Morgenstern, Zane [Ashley] Allcorn, Brittany [Scott] Lowe, Christopher [Katie] Allcorn, Charlie Deeter, Eddie Deeter, and Chris Detter.

Great grandchildren – Merritt, Charlie, and Shepherd Morgenstern; Davis and Georgia Allcorn; Boone, Lyndon Blu; Kru and Kaleb Lowe; and Lottie and Marion Jo Allcorn. Additional survivors include his sister-in-law, Margaret Allcorn (Abilene, TX), and his beloved nieces and nephews.

Visitation will be Friday, November 25th, 4:00-6:00 pm at Lange Funeral Home in Ballinger. A funeral service will be at the First Baptist Church on 400 N 8th St in Ballinger, TX, Saturday, November 26th @ 10:00 am. Guests may register online at www.ballingerfuneralhome.com

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